It's escaped! I mean, it's out! Oh, anyway: Gods, Memes and Monsters: a 21st Century Bestiary is now available from Stone Skin Press.
Edited by the inestimable Heather J. Wood, it includes my entry on the Leucrotta, Jon Blum on Meme Mosquitoes and the Greater Spotted Capital, Patrick O'Duffy on the Catoblepas, Greg Stolze on the Tedious Finch, Peter Birch's Erotic Goblins and the unadulterated terror of the Stiff Mogs, as witnessed by Rupert Booth. With many, many more creatures guaranteed to unsettle the urban night and make you think twice about visiting the British Museum. Ever again, seriously.
The leucrotta is a seriously ancient and under-estimated monster. Those who remember today think it was invented for 1st Ed. D&D, but I assure you, this is not so. Not the least because of the copyright violation that would entail. This entry is also my tribute to the late, lamented Club Ascension that used to run at the Sly Fox in Enmore. I fear it succumbed to forces much more mundane.
It's available at the usual Impersonal Online Retailers (who otherwise do not appear). But if you are interested, you really might as well go straight to Stone Skin Press for either the paperback or ebook versions.